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Dark Horse announces first wave of 2014 Comic-Con exclusives

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Dark Horse announces first wave of 2014 Comic-Con exclusives

As we rapidly approach the doors opening to the world on July 23, Dark Horse announces the first wave of 2014 SDCC exclusives, available in the expanded Exclusives Store.

Keep reading for the list of exclusives, available only at booth #2615, the Dark Horse 2014 Exclusives Store at Comic-Con International, with more items, including Game of Thrones products, to be announced in the coming days.

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Preview: Newest Chapters in the Whedonverse

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Preview: Newest Chapters in the Whedonverse

The worlds of Buffy and Angel get even more complicated than usual as Angel hunts in the streets of London and Xander meets up with Dracula (again). Meanwhile the crew of Firefly finds that breaking into the Alliance isn’t going to be nearly as hard as getting out.

Dark Horse presents previews of Serenity: Leaves on the Wind issue 5 and Buffy Season 10 issue 3. Bonus images: the covers for next Wednesday’s release of Angel & Faith issue 3.

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Review: Emily and the Strangers

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Review: Emily and the Strangers

The newest Emily the Strange collection is now available in hardcover from Dark Horse; Emily and the Strangers continues the story of Rob Reger’s cute little sociopath and her cats.

The story is fun, but it’s Emily Ivie’s art that jumped out at me. It’s startlingly good. I haven’t run across Ivie before, but I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for her work from now on.

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Review – Beasts of Burden: Hunters & Gatherers

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Review – Beasts of Burden: Hunters & Gatherers

If you haven’t checked out Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson’s title Beasts of Burden, the latest one-shot, Hunters and Gatherers, is a good place to start. The premise is clever and fun; a pack of neighborhood pets become paranormal investigators and save the local animals from monsters. The story is so well written that even if you’ve never read a single issue, you won’t have any trouble figuring out what’s going on.

But it’s Jill Thompson’s watercolor style that really caught my attention. (Not that Dorkin’s writing isn’t awesome, I just fell in love with the art.)

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A FURIOUS Interview

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A FURIOUS Interview

This week Dark Horse Comics brings to their readers a super hero story unlike what they’re used to.  Set in the social media and star watching world that we see everyday the first super hero ever will show herself and be judged by the people.  From the same creative team behind The Mice Templar, Bryan J. L. Glass and Victor Santos, comes FURIOUS a new story where a heroine’s biggest villain may be her past, and Twitter.

The super group of Glass and Santos joined forces with Dark Horse Associate Editors Jim Gibbons and me to talk a little about FURIOUS, a story of retribution and the struggles of being in the cross-hairs of the public eye.

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